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What happens in the large intestine

Water from food is absorbed by the body

What does the pulmonary artery do

It carries blood from the heart to the lungs

What does the pulmonary vein do

carries oxygen rich blood from the lungs to the heart

How are the nervous system and the endocrine system different

The endocrine system affects cells with certain receptors .

The nervous system can affect only nearby cells

What is the difference between white and red blood cells

Red blood cells coagulate wounds; white blood cells defend against bacteria.

What part of the blood carries oxygen

RBC

What is gene flow

Gene flow is genes moving between two populations.

the transfer of genes from one gene pool to another

two populations transferring genes

What would happen if you tried to breathe in the ozone layer

u will get breathing problems

Why are you bleeding when pee

Most likely an UTI (urinary tract infection) or a kidney problem.

Which bone of the axial skeleton does NOT articulate with any other bone

The hyoid bone is the only bone of the axial skeleton that does not articulate with the other bones.

What is an effect of adaptive radiation

Speciation Adaptive radiation refers to changes in a species in response to varying environmental conditions.

many new species form

Which is part of the nonspecific immune response

Inflammation and fever are nonspecific immune system reactions.

What type of muscle aids in the digestion of food

Smooth muscles are found in the intestines and stomach. If these were skeletal muscles, instead of smooth, you would have to physically think about digesting your food to control digestion, and no food would get digested while you were busy or sleeping!
it is the smooth muscles only.
Smooth muscle

What is the best example of how the nervous system maintains homeostasis

The parasympathetic system counteracts the sympathetic system.
It regulates breathing and heartbeats

Where should a doctor look to see if the large intestine is working properly

They should check the solid waste produced by the person.
they should check the solid waste produced by the person

How does the nervous system affect the excretory system

The kidneys are controlled by signals from the brain.

The brain sends hormones to the kidneys.

Which step allows actin and myosin to release from each other

an ATP molecule attaches to myosin apex answers

What best describes food when it reaches the small intestine

By the time food has reached the small intestine, it has been broken down into small proteins.

What type of tissue coats surfaces

Epithelial tissue coats surfaces in the body.

What are the male gametes female gametes

female Gametes are Eggs, Ovaries

Male Gametes are Sperm

Problems with which part of the bone would lead to the greatest loss of strength

Bone marrow (IF apex then compact tissue)

A fetus has been developing for three months What will happen next

eyes develop

lips start to form

Vocal cords develop.

In what way does the nervous system connect to the skeletomuscular system

The nervous system sends signals to make muscles move....Apexxx

Why would a person worth AIDS be in more danger from common colds

A person with AIDS would be more in danger from the common cold because their immune system is not as strong as someone without AIDS. AIDS is what is known as an auto-immune disorder. This means that any type of infection could possibly lead to death because the body cannot fight it off.

What non-endocrine functions do testis have

Production of sperms is very important function of testis. That is non-endocrine function.

How would relaxing the smooth muscles in arteries affect blood pressure

The blood pressure will decrease

How do skeletal muscles contribute to blood flow

Skeletal muscles force blood in veins to return to the heart.

Which bone is identified in the picture below

If it is the fatter bone in the leg, then it is the tibia

A scientist finds a foramina on a bone sample. What can the scientist conclude

this bone was located near the brain

A structure in the leg of a human is found to carry oxygen-rich red blood cells. What else is most likely true about this structure

It is found in the red bone marrow of the leg,

Blood has traveled from the heart to the toes. Which describes the next step of the circulation process

The blood travels back to the heart in a vein. -apex

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